Sarkozy Win Rests With Anti-Europe Voters in Towns Like Le HamelGregory Viscusi
The northern French village of Le Hamel sits amid farmland in the rolling hills of Picardy, its brick-and-timber houses clustered around a duck pond and a 16th-century church, far from France’s so-called urban ghettos.
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